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Get tipsy on Japanese sake at Ebina

Central Area 5h

Check out the Izumibashi Sake Brewery and sample some drinks. After learning about Japanese sake, take a walk around Sagamikawa River and then head to the restaurant run by Kuramoto, Kuramoto Kako Izumibashi. Here you can enjoy dishes paired with sake.

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